Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Condos and Planned Communities
Drafting, Amending and Enforcing CC&Rs: Best Practices for Developers and Homeowner Associations
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide real estate practitioners with guidance for drafting effective covenants, conditions and restrictions (CC&Rs), and interpreting and amending existing CC&Rs, as well as address key enforcement issues facing condominium and homeowner associations.
- Drafting effective CC&Rs
- Common pitfalls with CC&Rs
- Amending existing CC&Rs
- Enforcing and litigating CC&Rs
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are some common, and potentially costly, drafting errors that attorney make when drafting CC&Rs?
- What are the best practices for analyzing, interpreting and amending CC&Rs?
- What are the key reasons associations amend their governing documents?
- What are some of the key CC&R enforcement issues facing condominiums and HOAs?
David A. Herrigel
Hyatt & Stubblefield
Mr. Herrigel represents developers of planned communities, from residential, commercial and resort condominiums to... | Read More
Mr. Herrigel represents developers of planned communities, from residential, commercial and resort condominiums to large mixed-use developments, golf course communities and destination resorts. He has specialized in community association law, and his practice centers around the creation of community governance structures, drafting community governance documents, and consulting on related issues.Close
Chadwick Washington Moriarty Elmore & Bunn
Mr. Washington's practice is devoted to community association and real estate law. He provides counsel and... | Read More
Mr. Washington's practice is devoted to community association and real estate law. He provides counsel and advice to the firm's clients regarding general community association issues, warranty, contract, fair housing and litigation matters. He is a frequent speaker on drafting and amending community association documents and on fair housing laws as they apply to community associations.Close